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Keeping older vehicle designs in production after their replacements are introduced is becoming an important strategy. It protects market share and keeps budget-conscious customers happy.
FCA told dealers this month to stock up on the Dodge Grand Caravan because production will go on a hiatus in mid-August and won't resume until December.
Fiat Chrysler will keep the Dodge Grand Caravan around a little longer than planned as it continues to ramp up sales of the old minivan's more expensive new line mate, the Chrysler Pacifica.
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